Fears rise Britain's native bird population is dying out

There is worrying evidence that more of Britain's native bird population is dying out.

A group of conservationists say the UK has been losing an average of one breeding pair every minute since 1966.

The species worst affected by the decline are House Sparrows and Wrens.

ITV News' West of England Correspondent Emily Morgan reports on what is behind the alarming decline:

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